Go for Gatsby with an Art Deco-inspired bedroom scheme. We've got a few styling ideas to kickstart your redecorating project.
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Pay homage to the era of glitz and glam by decorating your bedroom in an Art Deco, 1920s-themed style. Whether you'd like to add touches of the trend or want to create your own Gatsby getaway, here are a few styling ideas.
Curves and edges
Modernise your Art Deco-inspired bedroom by paring back the glamour and instead focusing on curved furniture and edges. Scalloped designs are synonymous with Art Deco spaces and are instantly recognisable. Opt for a bed with a scalloped velvet bedframe, or perhaps for a subtle touch, a mirror with a similar design will create the same effect.
On the fringe
As we all know from the iconic flapper girls, fringe is definitely a key element of 1920s styling. Incorporate this into your bedroom through the fabrics that you choose. Think outside the box and opt for a statement fringe light like this gorgeous design from Audenza. Alternatively, you could get crafty and upcycle a piece of furniture or a mirror by adding lengths of fringe, for a vintage twist.
Mix in pattern
Be inspired by Siobhan from @interiorcurve and decorate your 1920s-inspired bedroom with bundles of pattern. Siobhan has chosen a jungle print wallpaper, which she has matched with her bedside lamps and cushions for a cohesive look. Remember it's okay to mix in more contemporary patterns with vintage styles, to get the perfect combination of interior looks that express your personal style.
Velvet and brass
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Pay attention to your choice of soft furnishings and accessories. Popular choices for an Art Deco-inspired space include heavy velvet drapes, glamorous trinkets and brass accents. Introduce plants to your 1920s bedroom for a contemporary take on the trend and house in statement gold pots.
Powder room décor
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If bright and bold isn't your thing, opt for a 'powder room' aesthetic, which adopts a soft pastel colour palette and delicate styling decisions. Consider adding decorative touches such as wall panelling and coving to add interest and a vintage touch to your bedroom.
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